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Electropop

Desktop: Return to “The City”

One of two great musical items floated into my gmail account today. Here is the tale of the first. I mentioned a few weeks ago that Detroit duo Desktop would be releasing their follow-up to the addicting self-titled EP in the near future. Today, Zach and Keith made their not so subtle return with the […]

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Thursday Linkage: Desktop, No Limit, Cut Copy, Mochi Beats and more

A) Needless to say, I was pretty excited to see the above picture pop up on Desktop‘s Facebook page. If its half as good as last year’s EP, its gonna be a hot summer B) Largehearted Boy is keeping track of all the live music recorded at Bonnaroo. I’m gonna need to hear that Jay […]

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2009 Covers Lists Podcast

2009 Wrap-Up: Top Covers of 2009

2009 may have had a plethora of covers, but not as many stuck out in my mind as past years. Either way, these were the stand outs, in my opinion. See below for a link to the corresponding podcast. Its my first attempt so…. JayeL Audio’s Top Covers of 2009 Podcast 5. Discovery – I […]

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JayeL Audio Mixtape

New Mixtape: JayeL Audio 10-06-09

If there had to be a theme for this latest mixtape, it would most likely be mistaken identity. All over the board, artists sound like someone else. Editors got all synth-tastic on their lead single “Papillion”, reminiscent of the Killers. Sea Wolf went with dark and epic, like Win Butler & Arcade Fire with “Wicked […]

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Electropop

Desktop: EP Review

Everyday this week, I’ve tried to catch up on the new music that never ceases to fill my inbox, but I can’t stop listening to Desktop. I’ve already told you about the masterpiece that is the cover of Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo”. Turns out their 3 track EP is even better. Keith Thompson and […]

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Covers Electropop

Desktop: “My Boo” Cover

There is a good chance this will be my favorite cover of the year. Remember the Ghost Town DJ’s? So So Def Bass All Stars? Yea, I didn’t think so. Well, the video below was on MTV Jams (remember Ananda Lewis?) constantly circa 1996. Detroit-based artists Desktop made a cover/remix that blows away the original. […]